Road safety charity hits out at savage budget cut backs

In the budget today, it was announced that transport funding is likely to be cut by more than 25% by 2014, causing concern for the future of life-saving road safety measures. Brake, the Road Safety charity, believes that these measures will contri…

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“Lord help us” – Tory peer to review health and safety legislation

In a move aimed at targeting the so-called ‘compensation culture’, the new government has already got health and safety legislation firmly in its sights. David Cameron has today announced the appointment of the Rt Hon Lord Young of Graffham as Adv…

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Bonnar & Co. launch Headway charity car raffle

‘Hats for Headway Day in Scotland’ Gaille McCann and Catriona MacGregor, Headway Regional Co-ordinators in Scotland help launch the Headway Car Raffle and celebrate ‘Hats for Headway’ with Bonnar & Company Solicitors in Airdrie.Headway UK, the bra…

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Forgotten victims of Gulf oil rig disaster

Nearly two weeks after the tragedy, relatives of the men who died on the Deepwater Horizon plan private memorial services as the world choses to focus on the environmental impact of the worst oil spill in history.The oil rig was positioned 50 mile…

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More people killed at work than in wars says TUC

Personal injury solicitors and their clients often get vilified in the media for creating the so-called ‘compensation culture’.Critics are quick to dismiss workplace health and safety legislation as being so much ‘red tape’ which stifles enterpris…

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